Victorian Houses of the Pacific Northwest
Last I wrote, we had arrived in Washington in our animal-stuffed RV and were in pursuit of employment and we still are. It’s only been two months since our arrival, but it feels like it’s been six or maybe ten. Nevertheless, we have faith that God has a plan for us here and we are just waiting for him to reveal it.
Also please note that every house pictured below may not be considered a Victorian. I also included fun houses and other neat locations. Mostly Victorians though.
|It's like a stairway to a secret garden!|
|Above and below are a couple pictures of the downtown area which is crazy cute.|
|This is just a cute coffee shop my husband |
and I used for wifi while in La Conner. Super cute but not Victorian.
|Another view of the coffee shop.|
|This house was clearly renovated and not sure about it's date but so cute!|
|Not sure when this was built but look at the crown molding below!|
|This house might not look super Victorian but it has|
a plaque stating that it dates back to 1902 as pictured below.
|This house caught my eye because it's purple |
and has a bronze painted tower in the back as pictured below.
|They were closed by the time we got there (whoops) |
but I got a pic of the spiral staircase through the window, just for you!
Coupeville (a picturesque town on Whidbey Island)
|Notice the sign to the right. It's for sale!!!|
|It's a BNB!|
|Also a BNB.|
|Is that another for sale sign? Ooooo!|
Hope you enjoyed these Victorians!